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Wrath of Man Review ' It’s entertaining, it’s dark, & it’s typical Guy Ritchie! So I dug the hell out of it!'

Inside the Bucket Podcast #51

This week's episode of Inside the Bucket is online! Revel in the digital mastery! This week's edition of Inside the Bucket welcomes SJF newbie David Clark to the shitshow, mostly because John, Sue, and Brandon weren't available. But luckily, he's just as awesome as they are, and so he and Matt step up to deliver the best movie and television news from our website SANDWICHJOHNFILMS.COM , including more superhero casting news from The CW...because we know you love it too! Please check out all the links to the items we covered in today's podcast. Later in Rants and Raves, David and Matt discuss nothing of importance except for all the things they're watching and following this week. It's actually really good, so don't go skipping it looking for ticket giveaways! Finally, they review Focus starring Will Smith and Margo Robbie. All kidding aside, we want to welcome David to the site and hope you follow him on Twitter at @434_clark - let'

Celebrate 2014 Movies In This Video Montage.

CLSVideos put together this amazing video montage video honoring movies from 2014. 2014 was a down year at the box office but there were films that stood out and made the world take notice of their talents. Please Leave A Comment-

Channing Tatum Asks Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock

The ' Foxcatcher ' star will co-direct The Weinstein Co. film with his partner, Reid Carolin Channing Tatum and Reid Carolin are attached to co-direct and produce an adaptation of Matthew Quick's YA book Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock for The Weinstein Co. Tatum, receiving strong reviews in Bennett Miller's Foxcatcher and hot off Sony's summer hit 22 Jump Street, would also possibly star in the film. The pair are developing the project for their Free Association banner and will produce along with the company's Peter Kiernan. Leonard Peacock centers on a troubled high schooler who plans to kill his best friend and then himself. The search is on for a writer. If everything aligns, the in-demand star would play a heroic teacher who intervenes. Quick, who wrote the novel Silver Linings Playbook, which spawned a critical and box-office hit for The Weinstein Co., has become a favorite with A-list talent. The author’s upcoming book, Love May Fail, is in the

November 2014 Movies on Our Radar

A fun-filled October leads us right into Oscar season, with several satisfying submissions. October 2014 offered a full plate of candy to those who knocked on its door, mixing bonified Oscar candidates with a few downright enjoyable releases. But it also kicked Hollywood out of its complacent August/September disasters with a collection of entertaining films like Gone Girl , Fury , and the very surprising John Wick . November arrives ready to erase the mistakes of months past, but it has a lot of weight to carry. Receipts for the year are down only 3.7% (according to our friends at BoxOfficeMojo.com), and with a few solid blockbusters this month, we think the year's mostly red-inked is about to turn decidedly favorable. Some of these appeared on our MOST ANTICIPATED LIST OF 2014 back in January, and we're certainly excited for their arrival. The month features militant penguins, an interstellar space traveler, two dumbasses, and three boss haters, all ready to gob